24.04.2019

ONLY ONE DAY – April 26 – MEDIA ART EXHIBITION ARTEFACT: CHERNOBYL 33 AT THE NATIONAL MUSEUM “CHORNOBYL”. FREE ENTRANCE.

In commemoration of the 33rd anniversary of the Chernobyl nuclear catastrophe  – April 26, 1986, and dedicated to all men, women and children who have been affected by the nuclear disasters.
April 26, 2019 (Friday) from 10.00 to 18.00 only one day absolutely free of charge for visitors, the museum will open the unique impressive media exhibition of the ARTEFACT project. Interactive installations, laser projections, 3D-mapping, motion design – these modern media art technologies will help visitors to move emotionally into the past, to feel like a real witness to the Chernobyl events. The video-photo-documentary content of the project is from the collection of the National Museum “Chornobyl”.

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02.12.2018

ATTENTION! OPENING HOURS DURING THE NEW YEAR HOLIDAYS

The Museum is open on December 24 – 30, on January 2, 3, 4,  5, 7 from 10:00 a.m. till 6:00 p.m.

Ticket office is open until 5.00 p.m.

December 31, January 1 – the museum is closed.

You welcome!

 

19.11.2018

To the attention of our visitors!

In accordance with the current legislation, namely the Tax Code of Ukraine, from 13.11.2018 the National Museum “Chernobyl” became a tax payer of value added tax. In connection with this, the prices for services provided by the museum rise by 20%.

 

13.11.2017

ATTENTION! OPENING HOURS DURING THE NEW YEAR HOLIDAYS

The Museum is open on December 25 – 30, on January 2, 3, 4,  5, 6, 8 from 10:00 a.m. till 6:00 p.m.

Ticket office is open until 5.00 p.m.

On December 31, on January 1, 7 – close.

You welcome!

 

28.06.2017

ATTENTION! AUDIO GUIDE IN SPANISH AWAITS YOU

Dear friends, welcome the eighth language of the audio tours of the National Museum “Chernobyl”! From now on, visitors to our museum’s exposition will be able to travel through the history of the Chernobyl disaster  with an audio tour of Spanish, which lasts 90 minutes. They will be followed by the voice of the Bolivian photojournalist Juan Pablo Behoteguy  who personally volunteered to work on the Spanish-language version of the audio tour text and recorded it in the studio. We express our sincere gratitude to Juan Pablo Behoteguy  for the selfless help of the museum. Let your kindness and sincerity return a hundredfold. Thanks to CHERNOBYLwel.come for the financial support of this important work in the recording studio.
Spanish is the second most widely spoken in the world (after the Chinese). According to various estimates, more than 500 million people speak Spanish everywhere in the world.